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"Climate change does not respect borders; it does not respect who you are - rich and poor, small and big. Therefore, it is what we call 'global challenges,' which require global solidarity."
~ Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations
Wildfires - Things You Can Do
The ongoing devastation in Australia has hit headlines across the globe. Of course, Australia is no stranger to wildfires, having them seasonally every year. However, many would say that the intensity of these fires and ones elsewhere is largely due to factors compounded by a changing climate.
Read more about wildfire links to climate change, and what action you can take now
to make a difference.
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The Impact of Behaviour Change
We know that the actions of individuals can make a huge impact, whether that be in their personal life, or by implementing policy and working practice through their job role that reduces not only their carbon footprint but potentially that of other employees, a product, a business, or an entire industry! But did you know that the action of individuals is actually a crucial factor in our journey to a zero-carbon society?
Click here to find out more about what the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) had to say.
12,000 Certified CL Learners
As we head out of the first month of 2020 we’ve already hit a new milestone – 12,000 learners certified as Carbon Literate! This means that over 24,000 actions have been pledged in communities, businesses, local authorities, schools and universities, across the UK and beyond, helping to pave the road (or bike lane) to zero-carbon.
For more info on how you can get involved, click here.